Responding to e1d2
In your writing groups: Please exchange drafts so that each author has their own piece with three sets of comments.
Writers: Read through the comments on your piece and make notes. Jot down three ideas you now have about revising your piece that you’d like to ask your readers about. At least one of these questions must respond to:
- Comments from two or more of your readers;
- An issue that concerns you, but that none of your readers has yet to mention.
When you’re ready, chat together as a group. Each writer should begin the discussion of their essay by asking their three questions/ideas. The readers should respond, and you can go from there.
Add, cut, change, move. Identify at least three points in your draft where you might make one of these moves in revision.
w4: Revising Plan
- Thurs, 3/19: No class! (Ironically, I need to go to a conference on teaching writing.)
- Fri, 3/20, 4:00 pm: Email me your revising plan (w4). I will reply by class on Tues, 3/24.
- Tues, 3/24, class: Read the guidelines for Essay 2 (e2). Come to class with full citations for two different texts that you might write about in your second essay.
- Wed, 3/25, and Thurs, 3/26: Conferences to talk about your work so far
- Mon, 4/06, 11:00 am: Post the final version of your first essay (e1d3) to Dropbox.